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Old 10-16-2020, 02:02 PM   #1
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Not just sewage hose storage

New to the site. Picked up new camper 2 weeks ago and had no place to store sewage hose so I made a multi use place. End caps will be here today.
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Very nice - I like the multi use idea!
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It's a good idea to have the tube but I found sewer hose will get pin holes from rust inside the rear. Steel bumper. I moved mine into a 5 inch vinyl post sleeve with end caps mounted under basement near the sewer hookup. Have a length of eaves trough inside it as a slide out and hose support. Rear bumper has plastic pvc pipe I use for awning adjustable support.
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I love the Camco brand so I thought hey I need this hose for my RV. Well, I had it 3 weeks used it 2x the 2nd time the orange twist on to sewer dump broke off, no biggie this kit came with 2!!! Well just today 3 months after purchasing and using it 4x, I attached the orange piece to my camper SEWER pipe and ran the other end into the SEWER dump like I always have done, except this time the orange part separated and blew off from the brown hose!!!! So you know what that means black water AKA POOP went flying all over me and my new shoes!!! I am done with this company they didn’t respond to my email or call so I called Amazon and like always they took care of me! Just want to warn everyone else the silicone or glue they use to hold on to the hose sucks!!!!
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Where did you get the 5" post? All the ones I've seen at big box stores have slots pre-cut in them for rails.





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It's a good idea to have the tube but I found sewer hose will get pin holes from rust inside the rear. Steel bumper. I moved mine into a 5 inch vinyl post sleeve with end caps mounted under basement near the sewer hookup. Have a length of eaves trough inside it as a slide out and hose support. Rear bumper has plastic pvc pipe I use for awning adjustable support.
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Where did you get the 5" post? All the ones I've seen at big box stores have slots pre-cut in them for rails.
I bought it a Lowe's or Home Depot... Its the 8 foot vinyl sleeve to go over a 5x5 fence post. Used the top caps on each end and rubber tarp straps bolted to middle of cap and then around front and back. Bolted thru the sides of the sleeve. Never lose the cap that way. Used short pieces of 1/2 inch EMT pipe to space it down to clear the coroplast under trailer.
Just drilled 2 holes each end and corrosponding holes thru frame on outside web. 4 bolts and it's rock solid. Then add the vinyl 4 in eaves trough. Now you can slide it out and use the eaves trough to support the hose. No grit on hose this way.
Nice part is I can store the hose clear elbow and the screw in sewer adapter all in it. Took me a couple hours to complete.
I stole the idea from someone else on a forum.
I have since added a camco black hose carrier to put our extension in. Mounted it next to the vinyl post sleeve. Cost was about the same but the camco is not 8 feet long.

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